The Witch of Lurago
Mouse gets a name and meets her Reader ...more
The Witch of Lurago, book 3 of The Rootstock Saga.
I will be copy pasting the whole book if you asked me what parts I liked. I was genuinely scared to pick this up, after book 2 disappointed me. I'm glad I'm wrong. I found Tobias's Arc starting here what I expected to start in book 2, it should have started in book 2 in my opinion.
I love how, Mouse finally gets a name. Her POV confused me in other books, but I ran along with it ...more
This greatly expanding saga keeps adding layers, while some stories come to end this time, others take on a more impressive role. We learn that this world is not what one would expect, while being watched from eyes in the sky. Reincarnation starts to play a role in a few characters, you start to question just who is in control of who. Most of the story is a build up to a major plotline, in that time new alliances are formed and kingdoms crumple. Although not very dark or gritty, I th ...more
In the amount of book I read, I was confused with the amount of characters that didn’t seem to have any apparent link....I will go back to this book at some point, and try again, but for now it has been put aside..
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L.H. Leonard writes epic fantasy because she prefers imaginary worlds to dysfunctional real ones. She's been a technologist (computer geek and manager thereof) in the financial and media industries for most of her career, and sidelines as micro-publisher Each Voice Publishing. When getting paid doesn't matter, she's an animal rescuer, artist, almost-master gardener, and a surprisingly good cook.